Insight are running three store tours for international retailers and suppliers this Autumn, each with a different theme: our Oslo tour this September focused on electric vehicles, our New York tour in October will focus on innovation in food and technology and our Dublin tour in November will concentrate on award winning operational excellence. Keep reading for more information on the final tour with spaces: Dublin.
Ireland is acknowledged as a global leader in convenience and fuels retail and is home to some of the most celebrated international industry operators including the 2018 NACS International Convenience Retailer of the Year Fresh - The Good Food Market.
There are very few better cities in the World to see world class convenience retail than Dublin and Ireland is home to a plethora of international award winning and highly commended retailers. Why not benchmark against the best and join our international group this Autumn?
Globally, in a huge transition, many convenience retailers have built food focused new store formats. But competition for the consumer on the move is hotting up and the industry is still struggling to create a reputation for freshness and quality enjoyed by businesses like Pret a Manger.
Our Dublin tour will explore how Irish entrepreneurs have managed to make a huge leap forward through a variety of innovative and inventive operational strategies in both city centre and roadside locations. Confirmed hosts include Fresh - the Good Food Market, Applegreen, Maxol and Musgrave Centra. More details.
Places are limited, please contact us to reserve a place for you and your team.
If you are interested in attending any of our Autumn tours and would like more information please contact Lorraine Evans at Insight – contact
Tel: +44 (0)1743 257 325
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